<span title=' Interference of an electrical or acoustical nature. Random noise is a desirable signal used in acoustical measurements. Pink noise is random noise whose spectrum falls at 3 dB per octave: it is useful for use with sound analyzers with constant percentage bandwidths. Unwanted, bothersome, or distracting sound.' class='definition'>Noise</span> ControlFrom product testing to research laboratory, Eckel has played an integral role in technological advances in science, industry and commerce. Today, engineers and scientists utilize Eckel anechoic chambers and noise control products to improve the technology that affects our lives and the environment for our future.

Over the years, industries such as automotive, aircraft/aerospace, instrumentation, and computer manufactures as well as research organizations, universities, colleges, government, educational and industrial laboratories have relied on Eckel for the design, fabrication, and installation of anechoic chambers, reverberation rooms, modular panel enclosures, audiometric booths, and architectural noise control systems just to name a few.

Since 1952 Eckel Industries has provided state of the art noise control products and systems for industries, government agencies, schools; Acoustic test chambers, anechoic chambers and reverberation rooms. Architectural acoustic panels, modular panel noise control enclosures and engineering and design services.